April 16, 2014

22 Arrest Warrants Issued For Hazing Death

22 Arrest Warrants Issued For Hazing Death

( 4UMF NEWS ) 22 Arrest Warrants Issued For Hazing Death:

Arrest warrants were issued Monday for 22 people wanted in connection with the death of a Northern Illinois University freshman, which authorities say was alcohol- and hazing-related.

David Bogenberger was found dead the morning of Nov. 2 at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house near the DeKalb campus. Toxicology tests showed his blood-alcohol concentration was about five times the legal limit for driving.

The cause of death has been attributed to cardiac arrhythmia, with alcohol intoxication as a significant condition contributing to death, officials said.

Officials said arrest warrants were issued for five Pi Kappa Alpha leaders: fraternity president Alexander M. Jandik, 21, and event planner Steven A. Libert, 20, of Naperville, as well as fraternity vice president James P. Harvey, 21; fraternity pledge adviser Omar Salameh, 21; and fraternity secretary Patrick W. Merrill, 19, all of DeKalb.

They’ve been charged with Class 4 felony hazing.

Additionally, arrest warrants were issued for 17 fraternity members: Michael J. Phillip, Jr., 20, of Western Springs, Ill.; Thomas F. Costello, 20, of Munster; David R. Sailor, 20, of Princeton, Ill.; Alexander D. Renn, 19, of Naperville; Michael A. Marroquin, 20, of Roselle; Estevan A. Diaz, 22, of South Beloit, Ill.; Michael D. Pfest, 23, of Chicago; Andres Jiminez, Jr., 19, of Glendale Heights; Isaiah Lott, 19, of Cupertino, Calif.; Andrew W. Bouleanu, 21, of Skokie; Nsenzi Salasini, 20, of Mt. Prospect; as well as Hazel A. Vergaralope, 21; Nicholas A. Sutor, 19; Nelson A. Irizarry, 19; Johnny P. Wallace, 20; Daniel S. Post, 20; and Russ Coyner, 21, all of DeKalb.

They’re charged with providing alcohol to underage pledges and “creating a situation where the pledges felt compelled to consume alcohol as part of membership initiation and the Greek parenting process,” officials from the DeKalb Police Department and the DeKalb County Coroner’s Office said in a written statement.


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